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Darkane Mixing New Album

Darkane guitarist Christofer Malmström has posted this recording update on the band's official website:

The Darkane album ("Layers Of Lies") is being mixed at the moment. This upcoming weekend we will record the cello and double bass for the intro and some other parts of the album and then we´ll finish the mix, mastering and send it all to Nuclear Blast for printing. The release date is still set to June 27. Last Sunday I was watching the filming of the side story to the video, "Secondary Effects." I think it will be great!

I'm also very excited right now because at this moment Ryan (van Poederooyen) is laying down the drum tracks to Non-Human Level in Vancouver. I know it will kick ass, but it's a pain that I can't be there and hear it for myself! Ryan will hopefully put up a video clip from the drumming session on his own website.

Something completely else: In October 2002 Peter (Wildoer) and I participated in a very cool project called "Seven Deadly Pieces - A Concert for Chamber Orchestra and Thrash Metal Band." We did a live show in Helsingborg which was recorded and will be released on DVD later this year. The author of the piece, Lale Larson, who's also a very good friend of me and Peter has put up a trailer on his website for download. The most brutal metal parts of the concert is not included in the trailer, but you will see some of Peter and myself in a new environment. You have to be open-minded so don't expect to see metal if you download it, but very strange and cool and well-arranged music! Check it out! I love it!

Source: MetalEater.com

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